Fact Sheets 2017-11-22T04:14:31+00:00

Fact Sheets

Vanier Institute fact sheets offer readers statistics and data on various family-related subjects in a single-page format. Each fact sheet is a straightforward and convenient resource for learning about families in Canada, providing statistics in a clear manner with hyperlinks to all cited sources. Fact sheets are updated periodically when new data is available (prior versions of updated fact sheets are archived, but are available upon request).

 


Seniors and Family Finances in Canada (November 2017)

Families and Mental Health in Canada (November 2017)

Families and Active Leisure in Canada (2017 Update) (July 2017)

Indigenous Families in Canada (June 2017)

Multiple Births in Canada (2017 Update) (May 2017)

50 Years of Families in Canada (August 2016)

Seniors and Family Finances in Canada (July 2016)

House and Home in Canada (2016 Update) (July 2016)

Volunteering in Canada (April 2016)

Modern Couples in Canada (December 2015)

Access to Medical Doctors (September 2015)

Births, Fertility and Contraception in Canada (March 2015)

Modern Families in 2014 (September 2014)

Fathers in Canada (June 2014)

Nutrition in Canada (June 2014)

Mothers in Canada 2014 (May 2014)

Commuting in Canada (February 2014)

Separation and Divorce in Canada (December 2013)

Video Gaming in Canada (December 2013)

Living Apart, Together: LAT Couples in Canada (Fascinating Families) (December 2013)

Young Caregivers in Canada (Fascinating Families) (November 2013)

Family Businesses (November 2013)

Immigrant Families at Work in Canada (November 2013)

Making Cents of It All: Financial Literacy in Canada (Fascinating Families) (October 2013)

Religion and Spirituality in Canada (October 2013)

Moving and Migration in Canada (September 2013)

Working Seniors in Canada (Fascinating Families) (September 2013)

Out of the Office: Workshifting and Remote Work in Canada (Fascinating Families) (August 2013)

It Takes a Village: A Snapshot of Child Care in Canad (Fascinating Families) (July 2013)

Disability and Employment in Canada (Fascinating Families) (June 2013)

Time to Eat? Eating Patterns of Canadians (Fascinating Families) (May 2013)

Counting Sheep – Sleep Patterns in Canada (Fascinating Families) (April 2013)

The Economic Well-Being of Women in Canada (March 2013)

Same-Sex Couples Raising Children (Fascinating Families) (March 2013)

E-Connections: Using Technology to Keep in Touch (Fascinating Families) (February 2013)

Modern Families (January 2013)

Grey Divorce (Silver Separations) (Fascinating Families) (December 2012)

Family Living Arrangements: All Under One Roof (Fascinating Families) (December 2012)

Blended Families: New Challenges and Opportunities (Fascinating Families) (November 2012)

Student Debt: The Price of Going to School (Fascinating Families) (September 2012)

Families and Technology (September 2012)

Family Vacations: Rest, Reconnect and Recharge (Fascinating Families) (July 2012)

Teen Pregnancy: Supporting Young Parents (Fascinating Families) (May 2012)

Family Farms in Canada (April 2012)

Trying to Conceive: Infertility in Canada (Fascinating Families) (March 2012)

Blending Family Traditions (Fascinating Families) (January 2012)